Owning a holiday home is not just about the property you live in. Some of our homeowners favourite aspects of owning their homes is the fact that impulsive holidays are easier than ever, that legendary coastlines are only a short walk away and that the local events in Cornwall are their favourite in the UK.
We want you to be aware of the amazing places that the local area has to offer for our holiday makers and homeowners, so we have put together our top 5 attractions which are only a short trip away from our park.
Boscastle village is a must see when visiting this beautiful town of Cornwall. Not only is it a stunning route for a Sunday afternoon stroll but you can visit some of the best locally owned pubs and cafes in Cornwall when you want a pit stop along your way.
2. Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps
You won’t find many places in the UK as picturesque as Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps and the view goes on as far as the eye can see. With a magnificent location once you’ve tackled the steps down, this is a place to remember.
Just under 30 minutes from the park you will find the town of Fowey which is a gift that just keeps giving, with wonder after wonder passing by as you explore the harbour town yourself with your loved. If you find yourself in need of a refreshmeynt it isn’t hard to find a perfect spot at one of the many restaurants overlooking the water and don’t forget to bring your furry friend to the dog friendly beaches too.
3. Hangloose Adventure
If they’re a thrill-seeker this is the ideal spot for you. Hanglose is a top pick for a family day out in Cornwall with 7 adrenaline activities including a skywire zipline flying over the top of the Eden Project and a challenging skytrek. www.hanglooseadventure.com...
4. Minack Theatre
It’s not very often you’ll come across an iconic location such as this. This open-air theatre is carved into granite cliffs of Cornwall and not only is the theatre a breath-taking experience but just wait until you see the coastal view. Also, even if there’s no performance taking place the theatre is still open to visit.